Our Five-day Walking Challenge is the perfect activity to run during Walk to School Week. However, all our classroom packs are undated, so you can order now and start your challenge any week that suits your school.
The classrooms packs and activities are built to make the pupils feel empowered to change their walking environment for the better: they experience first hand the importance of walking to school.
This year is Living Streets' 90th anniversary, and we picked a theme that is very close to our heart and cause. Pupils are taken on a special walking journey re-tracing the steps of our greatest achievements over the course of the last 90 years.
Celebrating #WalktoSchoolWeek by joining @livingstreets and families at Sebright Primary School on the walk to school - and showing transport minister @Jesse_Norman why our pioneering school streets are so important— Hackney Council (@hackneycouncil) May 21, 2019
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A pleasure to work with the staff at @transport_wales this past week, plenty of ideas from everyone on how to build more walking into their every day this #NationalWalkingMonth Thanks to Matt and Antony for the invitation! pic.twitter.com/IEiyZWv2aU— Living Streets Cymru (@LStreetsCymru) May 20, 2019
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This week schools around Bristol have marked ‘Walk to School Week’ with a series of street parties to highlight the issue of traffic congestion and encourage more children and parents to take a healthy approach by walking. #bristol #livingstreets #walktoschoolweek #walking #walk #streetparty #getoutandwalk #bristolwalkfest
Fantastic pupil protest asking people to #walktoschool or Park & Stride @liverpoolcollege this morning! They made up and sang their own song too - Come on Walk to School! Well done teachers, children and parents @livingstreets @lpoolcouncil pic.twitter.com/NE6bcl93rD— Jane Rickwood (@JDoM75) May 23, 2019